Is your cultural organization coordinating a food drive, assisting seniors, reaching out to patients, supporting first responders, mentoring students or performing some other type of community service project as part of your programming?
In response to the growing need for support in our communities, the New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources is organizing a community service campaign called Culture Cares.
We are asking cultural organizations of all types—libraries, museums, historical societies, arts nonprofits, theatres, movie houses and others—to let us know about any service projects you are undertaking in your communities so that we can share your good work with the public and inspire others to join you in helping those in need.
We’ve created a webpage where people can find out about your efforts to support your community. There you'll find a list of community service projects coordinated by cultural organizations from all over New Hampshire.
Please consider joining in their efforts to help those in need.
To learn more about Culture Cares and how your organization can have its community service projects listed, please visit the Culture Cares website.
[The New Hampshire Film & Television Office is an agency of the Department of Cultural Resources.]